EAM Asaduzzaman | The Daily Star
  • EAM Asaduzzaman

  • Train journey to India via Chilahati likely from July

    The third direct train connection with neighbouring India, through bordering Chilahati station in Nilphamari, is likely to start in July this year as half of the work for the purpose has been done in six months.
  • Archaeology dept, police at odds over damage of historic building

    The government’s archaeology department and the district police are at odds now over damage of historic ‘nilkuthi’ (house for indigo business) at Notkhana village, three kilometres from the district town.
  • Two govt depts trade blame

    Two government departments have been commissioned the same piece of land that houses a primary school building at Sonarai Bazar in Domar upazila. However, one was assigned to develop it, while the other is going to knock it down.
  • They collect fallen paddy to celebrate Nabanno

    The sweet smell of fresh Aman paddy fills the air in northern districts during the ongoing harvesting season while womenfolk are preparing to arrange ‘Nabanno Utsab’, the country’s traditional festival marking the winter harvest.
  • Nilphamari farmers find fortune in ginger

    These days the farmers in Nilphamari call ginger by the name “magical crop.”